The Plant Based Podcast launched in early 2019 and instantly got off to a flying start, rocketing to the top of the iTunes charts. The show is now building on its success with lots of exciting announcements and projects planned for 2020.
You can now watch the hosts of the podcast Michael and Ellen on their new YouTube channel Plant Based Podcast TV! The content will be a mixture of everything and anything plant based. Michael and Ellen will be stepping away from the interview style they use in the podcast, to present engaging and educational content in the light-hearted way that their podcast listeners love. From wearable plants to allotment fitness workouts, and Plant Based News to planting challenges, each episode will be an entertaining variety show – all celebrating plant based products and gardening!
There will also be four special episodes of the podcast released to keep fans of the podcast entertained through the chilly beginning of the year between series two and three. These extra-special episodes will be airing fortnightly from the 5th of January. They include Michael’s discussions with plant breeders and new plant trends, whilst Ellen meets The Norfolk Olive Tree Company, and discussed Mangave – the must have plant of 2020.
If all that wasn’t enough to announce, Michael and Ellen have also confirmed that series three will launching on Sunday 8th March – ready to entertain people whilst they get back outdoors as spring arrives. They will be back with the usual plant-based frivolity, celebrating the wild world of plants and those that love them.
Ellen Mary commented: “We’re so excited to be recording series three of the Plant Based Podcast! We’ve had some brilliant interviews in the first two series, and we can’t wait to share the new episodes with our listeners. The interest we’ve had in the podcast has been phenomenal – people can’t get enough of plants right now! We’ve been overwhelmed by the success of the show, we had no idea it would become so big! Michael and I are so excited to launch Plant Based Podcast TV too, so we can share even more plant goodness.”